Fixed broadband download Rates from India have gone up significantly has it now ranks 67th up from 76th in November, as per February Statistics from Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index.On the other hand, the nation remains in the 109th in terms of mobile Internet speeds, internationally. In accordance with the report, India’s performance in fixed broadband download speeds has gone up from average rates of 18.82Mbps in November 2017into 20.72Mbps in February 2018.
“India had reported most improvement in fixed broadband download speeds among the planet’s most populous countries. The country seized the second slot in terms of demonstrating the most advance in cellular data speeds,” Ookla stated in a release announcing the results. It added, “While India’s rank concerning mobile Internet download speed stays same at 109th but average download rates have risen to 9.01Mbps in February from 8.80Mbps in November last year.”
Meanwhile, according to the indicator, Norway was at the pole position in the world for mobile Internet with an average download rate of 62.07Mbps. The worldwide average download rate was 22.16Mbps. If it comes to India, it still lags behind a neighbouring countries like Sri Lanka. Additionally, in relation to fixed broadband rates, Singapore took the best spot a 161.53Mbps average download speed. For broadband rates, the worldwide average was listed as 42.71Mbps.
Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index contrasts Internet speed data from all over the globe via 7,021 servers, from which 439 exist in India.